I finally have a new printer so I might not need to spend hours making my own worksheets! But these were kind of fun :)
Sorting. This has passed down between all four children and each have highly enjoyed/benefited from it. An awesome gift from Nanny about nine years ago :)
This Boy loves to cook
Taking a break from the maths and decorating socks...
Matching numbers. The Boy has mastered his numbers 1 - 10. Good job Pumpkin!
This is a brilliant book, demonstrating the size of 10, 100, 1000 and 1,000,000, The fold out poster has a million stars on it and the children were fascinated by how much a million really is!
I always know The Boy's experimenting is getting serious when he pulls out the goggles.
The children have had a lot of fun working through various maths puzzles, following instructions, working with calculators, protractors, measuring tape, scales, nets of shapes, rulers etc. It's been such a refreshing change from workbooks. We've been outside and hopping around the house, at desks, on the floor, on the computer, team-working at the table and using objects from around the home.
The Boy was instructed to build a tower taller than himself (with a little help from Mummy).
Learning about grocery shopping and budgeting.
Origami. The children do enjoy this as Papa is an origami-wonder. This week they've made pigs, a boat and a bird.
Stealing ideas from these fabulous books.
Our weekly library trips where we are notorious for taking out 50-60 books a week.
Measuring the length of a 27 metre diplodocus.